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Hawaiian Monk Seal Beach

oahu/north shore
Beaches/Public Recreational

Hawaiian Monk Seal Beach
Waialua, 96791

Wildlife Encounters, Swimming

Hours of Operation:

    6:30 AM - 7 PM
Wildlife Encounters, Swimming

Hawaiian Monk Seal Beach

Oahu's home to water pups

The Hawaiian monk seal, among the rarest pinnipeds globally and the most endangered in U.S. waters, faces critical conservation challenges. Predominantly residing in the remote Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI), their numbers have dwindled since the 1950s. However, a glimmer of hope emerges as a small population within the main Hawaiian islands (MHI) has seen significant growth since the 1990s, now constituting a substantial quarter of the species' total population.

For an extraordinary encounter with these majestic creatures, visit Hawaiian Monk Seal Beach. Here, the chance to observe these endangered seals in their natural habitat is a unique and awe-inspiring experience. Witness the resilience of the Hawaiian monk seal population and contribute to the awareness and preservation of these remarkable marine animals. Explore Monk Seal Beach for an unforgettable connection with nature and conservation efforts.

Hawaiian Monk Seal BeachOahu's home to water pupsThe Hawaiian monk seal, among the rarest pinnipeds ....

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